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Adjective: pliable  plI-u-bul
  1. Susceptible to being led or directed
    "pliable masses of people ripe for propaganda";
    - fictile
  2. Capable of being shaped, bent or drawn out
    "they soaked the leather to made it pliable";
    - ductile, malleable, pliant, tensile, tractile
  3. Able to adjust readily to different conditions
    "a pliable person";
    - elastic, flexible, pliant
  4. Capable of being bent, flexed or twisted without breaking
    "a pliable young tree";
    - bendable, pliant, waxy

See also: adaptable, flexible, flexile, formed, susceptible

Encyclopedia: Pliable